Turkey is entirely fascinating, with cosmopolitan cities and quaint villages, and a rich history from Biblical times to the modern day. Situated on both Eastern Europe and Western Asia, Turkey has cultural connections to ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. There are many great destinations to explore, from the melting pot of Istanbul, to the blue waters of the Azure Coast, caves of Cappadocia, and pools of Pamukkale just to name a few.
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The largest city in Turkey is a metropolis where diverse cultures, nations and religions have created an intoxicating mosaic. Here you can visit many iconic buildings that were constructed in the Ottoman and Byzantian eras, such as Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. You will also be able to visit bazaars and enjoy the heights of Turkish cuisine.
A semi-arid region in central Turkey that is known for its distinctive “fairy chimneys” – tall, conical rock formations. The best way to survey the topography of this fascinating area is by hot air balloon!
Pamukkale is located in western Turkey, and features gleaming white calcite terraces cascaded by warm, mineral-rich thermal waters.
Turkey’s most important ancient city, and one of the best preserved and restored ruins in the country. It is now on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. You can stroll for hours along its streets, passing temples, theatres, libraries and statues. Take a hat!
Gallipoli is the site of the World War I landing by Australian and New Zealand soldiers and has forever become part of both nations’ history. Thousands of travellers of all ages visit this important and sombre historical and military site every year.
Antalya is a resort city that is the gateway to Turkey’s southern Mediterranean region. The Old City Marina is a waterfront area with old stone walls overlooking docked yachts, with restaurants, bars and shops. Sites to visit include Hadrian’s Gate, Duden Waterfalls, Hidirlik Tower, Antalya Museum, Kursunlu Waterfalls and Konyaalti Beach.
Fethiye is a picturesque port city on Turkey’s Azure Coast that is known for its natural harbour, blue waters and numerous rock tombs – including the 4th century BC Tomb of Amyntas – carved into a bluff overlooking the city. Nearby islands are popular for day trips by boat. Other places to visit include the beach at Oludeniz, the nature reserve of Butterfly Valley and Tlos ruins.
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There are no direct flights from Australia to Turkey, at least one stop over is required. Airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific and Emirates fly into Istanbul.
Ferries operate from Kos to Bodrum, Rhodes to Marmaris and Samos to Kusadasi. All routes are approximately an 1 hour long and are subject to season and weather.
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